This is not an ordinary documentary.
When you watch films such as these you usually are left feeling
disappointed. That was not the case with "Spooked". This
was a first in documentary history. For Me.
While I watched this I had a variety of emotions. You get
completely drawn into the history of this hospital. The
historic photographs submitted throughout the film were a
perfect topping to the cake.
You get saddened to see these patients photos and hear hints
of suspicious behavior from the hospital and its staff.
Just hints not statements.
You get an emotional attachment to the gentlemen that were
discussing their knowledge and personal experiences with the
hospital as well. It was heart wrenching to hear that they
passed away after filming while I was watching the credits.
The other aspect of the film such as the haunting was
exciting. To hear the EVP's and see the photos was amazing.
The film follows through on it's word that if you do not believe
in ghosts that you will after seeing this movie.
The photographs shown were clear and the EVP's were played
for you at various speeds to ensure that you hear them clearly.
Now I definitely have to check out, "Death Tunnel" to see
what has been done with that film.
This is a definite must see. This film will entertain you, draw
you in, keep you entertained and leave you wanting to see
Review by Behind the Horror Show.